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Animals: Zoo

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National Zoo - Just for Kids

At the National Zoo's website, you can solve jigsaw puzzles and crossword puzzles, take a virtual world tour, send an e-card, learn about animals and their names.

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Switch Zoo

Switch Zoo encourages students to re-arrange parts of animals into new animals. An interesting perspective.

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Bronx Zoo

A virtual visit to the online Bronx zoo includes a conferencing capability.

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U.S. National Zoo at the Smithsonian

NetVet, an electronic zoo, is an in-depth aide about caring for pets.

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Pet Station

Petstation offers an online forum and bookstore where every resource is about pets.

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NetVet

NetVet, an electronic zoo, is an in-depth aide about caring for pets.

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Animal Detector

In contrast to zoos is a wonderful site called Animal Detector.

It describes a family who left enticing food on the back porch at night so they could photograph and video nocturnal animals.

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American Veterinary Medical Association Tools for Educators

The American Veterinary Medical Association sees a growing need for veterinarians and has created materials to help you cultivate your students' interest in science, technology, and veterinary medicine.

A good resource for students who show an interest in helping animals.

Zoos are a popular topic for younger students. Think about how you can use your student's interest in animals to motivate them in subject areas from geography to math to history to biology.

Other Areas To Check Out...

 •  Animals: Conservation
 •  TERC
 •  The Smithsonian
 •  Art Sites
 •  The Sounds of Animals Around the World
 •  Mentors and Mentoring

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